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What To Freeze And What Not To Freeze

The following infographic was forwarded to me, and I thought it would be helpful to post it on my blog. It has a lot of great information on freezing foods, including what items are not good to freeze.

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$10 Walmart Gift Card and Balance Bar Giveaway

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As one of the compensated bloggers participating in the Balance Bar’s Summer Shape Up Challenge, I am bringing you a giveaway for a $10 Walmart Gift Card and a variety pack of Balance Bars. Balance Bars are a great tasting, healthy snack choice. A few months ago, I had to start buying them for . . . → Read More: $10 Walmart Gift Card and Balance Bar Giveaway

KIWI College: Food Allergies and Your Family

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You’re invited!

KIWI COLLEGE’S FREE WEBINAR

Food Allergies and YOUR Family With Ruchi Gupta, M.D., Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine

Register to attend Thursday May 17 2:00 P.M. EST REGISTER NOW

Join and win! 3 attendees will win a copy of KIWI’s new cookbook, Allergy- Friendly Food for Families.

Why are food allergies on . . . → Read More: KIWI College: Food Allergies and Your Family

Introducing the Healthy Food Channel by ifood.tv

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With summer just around the corner, people everywhere are trying to get in shape for those beach and tanning months. ifood.tv, the world’s largest food and cooking video website, is debuting a brand new Connected TV channel to help make that easier – The Healthy Food Channel.

The Healthy Food Channel provides home cooks . . . → Read More: Introducing the Healthy Food Channel by ifood.tv

Silk Milk for Casein-Free Diets

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The theory that gluten-free/casein-free diets can help young children with autism comes from studies suggesting that some cases of autistic behavior result from allergies or intolerances to the proteins in milk (casein) and found in wheat (gluten, also in other grains). Limited research does show that some children with autism can’t break down the . . . → Read More: Silk Milk for Casein-Free Diets

The Importance of a Healthy Diet and Exercise

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In many ways, autistic children cannot enjoy the hallmarks of a “normal” childhood. Although many can learn to function socially despite the disorder (especially when it is caught early and addressed), still they will face challenges that other kids never have to consider. Walking onto a playground full of kids can quickly become overwhelming . . . → Read More: The Importance of a Healthy Diet and Exercise

A Healthy Diet for Kids with Autism

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Anyone with children knows how difficult it can be to get our little ones to eat the healthy foods they need for proper nutrition. Once they begin to eat solid food (and even earlier in some cases) they formulate opinions about what is good and what is going on the floor (or in your . . . → Read More: A Healthy Diet for Kids with Autism

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